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's cheryl hurd joins us in walnut creek tonight. cheryl? >> well, raj, police say that the woman was kidnapped from a parking lot in this business park and it was 7:30 last night and it was dark just like this. and no one heard her scream. >> it is very poorly lit. and i feel pretty safe living in walnut creek, but now i'm not so sure. >> reporter: cheryl feldman works in the same business park where police say two men abducted a 57-year-old woman. the attack happened on the 300 block of north widget lane. >> before she got into her car, the men accosted her, blindfolded her, and tied her you. they put her in the back seat of the car. >> reporter: the two men then drove the victim around the city for several hours, looking for atms to withdraw money. >> we know they went to a number of different locations, where the suspects did get some money from some of her banking accounts. >> reporter: after about four hours police say they drove the victim to the oakland hills near hiller highland and tunnel road. they left the victim and the car there. she was able to free herself. she wen
are spread across many blocks and a major exit off 101 is now closed. good evening. thank you for joining us. >> we want to show you the two locations we're talking about. all of this unfolding in east san jose. we're about tully road and lanai. there is a second location that. george kiriyama is here but we begin with jean who joins us live in san jose. what location are you at? >> i'm on tully road between king and highway 101. this whole thing started around 9:00 tonight. police say an officer was shot just around the corner from where we are at tully and lanai. we're told he was grazed by a bullet and that police are looking for one suspect and possibly more. now you're taking look down tully road right now. you can see that's the highway 101 overpass. you can see there are lots of police officers around here. they have blocked the road while they search for the suspect. there are lots of stores here and gas stations and restaurants, and they are all empty. police have cleared everyone out. they've set up crime tape and they are, there is just a heavy presence here. nobody here is talkin
taken from us already, and they continue to take over and over and over again. >> reporter: michael was found stabbed to death in his family's back yard in november, 2009. his aunts say he was home on the computer and they left to run chores. that is the day they choose not to speak about. it is too painful. >> he was her only child, my sister didn't deserve to lose her only child. >> reporter: it took two days for police to find the two suspects. three years have gone by, and still, no justice. >> once you get into this system, it is no longer about you or what happened to your family. it is solely based around the individuals that did it. and it is hard to stomach. it is almost like we don't have any rights. we don't have any say, it is so hard to find a voice in all of that. >> reporter: each year on the anniversary of michael's death, the family holds candlelight vigils with a theme. last year, the message was stand up and use your voice against bullying. this year, the theme is waiting for justice. >> even though he is not here physically with us, he will always be a part of ou
killing a young man and opening fire at a police officer. george kiriyama joins us from the crime scene with a key witness. george? >> reporter: the memorial continues to grow here in front of this 7-eleven. this is near the spot where rory park pettifor was killed friday night. we talked to his father. >> we are all shocked. we probably will be for the rest of our lives. >> reporter: early sunday night, police arrived at rory's home. >> i said this is about rory? >> he said, yes. >> he is dead, isn't he? he said yes. >> reporter: he stopped for a moment just on friday night. that's when two men in ski masks, holding guns, tried to jack him for his car. >> we thought where we lived and how we raised him, that nothing was even possible. >> reporter: police say two suspects killed him as they tried to get away with the crime rampage in the city. they killed him and hen fired at an officer. this shows where the car was hit by multiple bullets. >> i know that san jose is having a crime wave. but they used to call san jose the safest big city in the world. >> reporter: police later arr
. monty francis is joining us from heyward where a candle light vigil was held a couple of hours ago. >> reporter: good evening. the most pressing question is who would want to kill 19-year-old ernesto and why? you can see that people have left candles here at the abandoned building where he was found dead and the family is demanding answers and justice. >> use this time to be there for his family. >> reporter: about 150 people gathered an abandoned auto shop in heyward tobt tonight where the body of ernesto was found last tuesday. his father reportedly the 19-year-old missing on november 1st. his family spent several days searching for him across the bay area. >> we thought so many times over here and we with didn't think he was over here. and it was so hard for us. >> reporter: tonight his family cried together and remembered the teen as a generous young man who dreamed of becoming a chef. >> all of these people here makes me burst out and cry and i have to be strong for my son. he can't see me suffer here for him. >> reporter: police are treating the case as a homicide but have no
, the governor is stepping in. tonight, the chp is helping patrol oakland. cheryl hurd joins us from oakland with the details tonight. >> reporter: well, raj, it will become a normal routine. but tonight for the first time in two years, chp officers came here to east oakland to hook up with oakland police to patrol the streets. it comes at a time when oakland really needs help. >> if someone could take his life or -- we don't even know what it was. it's crazy. we need to know. >> reporter: trying to make sense out of a senseless killing. >> my father was an amazing man. he did things he did not have to do. >> reporter: her father was shot and killed wednesday, during a robbery inside a store he owned. the community is in shock. >> he treat everybody good. the only thing i can think of him doing wrong, is being nice. >> reporter: one day after the killing, oakland police is getting help from the chp to stop the crime. >> we've got an increase in calls for emergency services, in violent crimes occurring. and we've seen an increase in community relations. >> reporter: the two agencies have work
for the president. david gregory is with us. chuck todd, andrea mitchell and tom brokaw. sum up what we've just seen. >> this is going to be a difficult place to manage, even with a second term. but make no mistake, brian. this is a president with some muscle. he just got re-elected after four years of a very difficult economy, that was very slow to recover. still is slow to recover. very high debt. fiscal house not in order, in any way, shape or form. a lot of challenges, two foreign wars. a lot of questions of america's influence in the world. a lot of the headwind. and he pulled this out. and it wasn't a narrow victory. this could turn out to be rather big. he brings all of that to a soaring speech, where he made a point of reaching out to governor romney, praising his father and his mother. and praising the service of mitt romney, as well, as well as his parents. hope to meet with governor romney to talk about a way forward. talked about meeting with republicans, as well. he knows he has to signal to the country, the things he has to change. they have to work together to deal with the fiscal cli
. they may owe their lives to safety equipment some of us may not yet have in our homes. monty francis has the latest from the scene. they got very lucky. >> reporter: that's right. a utility crew is on the scene searching for the source of the carbon monoxide that sickened 11 people. all are member of the same family. they were having a family gathering earlier tonight. members called 911 at 7:00 after a car robert moncrief knox side de detector went off in the home. several family members kpain complained of headaches and sore throats. fire crews arrived and used monitors to test the home and found no high levels. they pick picked the family members fingers and found high levels of carbon monoxide in their blood. there should be a cautionary tale and stress the importance of having a co detecter in your home. >> carbon monoxide detectors are important because it is odorless, you can't smell it and don't know it until you get signs of a headache or something lick that. it is important to have one in your house. >>> starting last year, state law requires any home with an attached garage to
and racism go unchecked. chief investigative report he tony kovaleski joins with us this eye-opening report. the whistle blowers reached out to the investigative unit. >> that's correct. they are telling their stories, frustrated with a lack of action inside the gates of the guard. nearly two dozen coming forward to expose what they say is the truth. >> i just want it to stop. >> she is a master sergeant service in the guard for a dozen years. >> i don't understand. i had faith in this organization. >> and she is a staff sergeant serving the military for two decades. they are part of the 23,000 men and women serving the california national guard. a vital reserve military force serving our country in critical times of need. >> sitting in that chair is against everything you've ever learned in the military. true? >> true. >> reporter: her story started with the simple opening of a dollar bill. >> one day i was cleaning out the box and i found nicely folded a dollar bill. i opened it up. and it had the word on it. >> reporter: she was checking money from the cash box of her informal snack bar.
question that. for us, as a small business, it's hard to keep our doors open. >> not quite as busy as last year. >> experiencing an interaction that transcends service, it's the chance that you may run into familiar faces. >> because we've lived here for so long. >> they're hoping their grandchildren will remember days like these and pass on that tradition. >> that hometown feeling. >> nbc, bay area news. >> well, if you're not a fan of big crowds and lots of chaos, then san francisco union square was not the place for you today. musicians played on street corners, protesters dem strated gerns fur, war and other causes. >> union square is fabulous any day. it's crowded. it's alive. there's a lot of energy here. >> just a few weeks ago, stockton was closed. the city cleaned up all the instruction equipment for the shopping season and everybody repaved the streets. >> some people took part in another holiday tradition: our very own christine loren gets the honors. >> o lirpic gold medallist was a feshl guest at downtown ice. it's the largest out door rink in the south bay. and probably one o
. but there are mixed feelings about the plan. >> essentially what they're going to do is use the money they would have had to fund education this year and spend that on other projects that they want to use. >> we stand for schools and we stand for the future. that's why i think proposition 30 will have a very strong win on tuesday. >> prop 30 faces challenges from rival prop 38 and an arizona group spending millions of dollars to defeat it. one of the hotly contested races in alameda county is for the supervisor seat vacated bied in aier locklear. voters had a chance to hear from three of the four candidates that performed today. the missing candidate has some controversy of her own to overcome as well. >> reporter: voters pack a coffee house in union city to hear from district two candidates during a forum sponsored by local religious leaders. the board of supervisors pointed richard as nadia's replacement and he is toward finish out the remaining two years of her term. he said the first priority would be to preserve st. rose hospital. >> 20 hearse do not have health insurance and there are few place
's chief investigator broke the story at 6:00, and joins us again tonight. what's the legal strategy here. >> sources tell us this is a major development, in something that's been in the works for good. getting a death penalty becomes more difficult. now, experts say the new charges strengthen the case against the man accused of killing sierra lamar. >> this was a big break in their case. >> the three new charges accused torres of attempted kidnapping during the commission of three separate carjackings, according to the sarn ta clara county district attorney there were three separate victims, three other girls targeted when garcia torres was under the age of 18. >> this new evidence and these new charges bolster the d.a.'s theory that garcia torres is a violent predator capable of murder. >> nbc bay area has learned that all of the attacks happened in march of 2009 and one involved the use of a taser. >> i'm sure the reasons for me doing what i'm doing are readily apparent to the defense. we're here to -- we believe we can prove conduct to hold the defendant accountable for everything he'
know, they used excessive force. there is no need to fire shots in the torso whether they hit him. >> reporter: in the mortuary the family mourned. >> it's very sad. we're mad. i'm really mad too. he was my first son. and you know, he was the one that was going to give me my first grandkids. >> reporter: the officers involved were on routine administrative leave as the investigation continues. the family is in the process of pursuing legal charges against the police department. >> we want to make sure that these two policemen are behind bars. we won't stop. we never stop until that happens. >> the corporal's funeral mass will be tomorrow morning. after that is concluded the burial ceremony will be right here. >> thank you, george. >>> there is new information about the california men suspected of being terror suspects. a dozen agents swarmed the 21-year-old's apartment on friday where he lives with his parents in upland about 30 miles east of l.a. he is one of four men charged with plotting to kill americans and destroying u.s. targets overseas by joining al qaeda. the men had pur
>>> nbc bay area news beginnings with breaking news. >>> thank you for joining us, on this friday. >> i want to tell you about some breaking news now, police are at the scene of a shooting, this is what we know so far. the shooting taking place not far from facebook's headquarters, at the intersection of ivy drive, near bellhaven elementary school. at this point we don't know the number of people involved in the shooting, if there are fatallies, and what the circumstances are, but we have more on the scene and we'll give you information as we get it. >>> and it is a development that is angering everybody. it appears that they blamed everybody but themselves, they blamed a sexual abuse victim for being careless. >> reporter: probably a poor choice of words on their part, based on the allegations in the complaint. >> reporter: legal analyst and attorney is not working on the sexual abuse case against the miraga school district, but is giving his legal insight into the stunning denial, involving qunan, who is suing the school district, and three former administrators claiming they kn
walmart workers and the superstore. >> we have issues with management. sometimes they don't take us seriously. when we try to improve work conditions, they retaliate against us by cutting our hours. >> reporter: the workers are pressuring the country's largest employer to hear their concerns and do something about them. for some, it's as simple as a request for working equipment. >> i've been having to manually push these parts. i'm a young man. i can handle it. but i work with older individuals and younger individuals. and it's wear and tear on their body. i'd like to see them help us get the materials so we can get the job done. >> reporter: another issue among employees is safety. >> there's been robberies. we just, you know, some of us are scared. >> reporter: during last year's black friday sales, a man was shot during an attempted robbery. employees say this and other incidents have spark concern. and they want management to put in stricter protocols. not just on black friday, but every day. walmart says they care about their employees. and only a small minority is upset. they
. the investigative unit has uncovered the story. stephen stock joins us with the details. >> raj, we found more than 25,000 questionable voters throughout california. why and how is that possible? the names on the voter rolls share the exact same name, date of birth, and zip code as someone who is dead. it is fraud? human error? a problem with california's election system? we discovered it appears the answer in this case is all of the above. every trip to the mailbox during election season brings anxiety for bill morrison. >> this stuff should not be coming. >> as each election day approaches, he continues to get mail for his late wife carol, the love of his life for 33 years. >> it angers me and it hurts because she is dead. >> dead for almost a decade. she passed away on may 18th, 2004 after a four-year battle with cancer. >> she was really a good person. >> reporter: that's why it puzzles and hurts bill the all the more to find out someone has been voting in carol's name during the last two presidential elections. >> i don't know why when somebody dies it doesn't go to the elections and they just
of the heavier rainfall. you're in the drying end of the storm. there's plenty of activity that could be with us for three to four hours across san francisco, san mateo, and also for hayward. you had little or nothing across the east bay. that's going to be changing with light to moderate showers moving your way. and san jose has been fairly dry. that's going to be a steady clip in the overnight hours. overnight totals will change to almost half an inch. the wind is not a factor in the early morning hours. 10 to 25 miles per hour. it's going to be way too warm. we're going to have the full timeline for the morning commute for tomorrow. and we'll let you know when 80-degree temperatures will be returning. it's about extremes here in the bay area lately. >> we're one hour away from november 1st. back to you in a moment, jeff. >>> in our newsroom, tonight, two young trick-or-treaters are recovering after being hit by a car in a santa rosa neighborhood tonight. the 4-year-old and 10-year-old were with adults at the time. the driver stopped immediately. the children were taken to the hospital, after
is watching us. >> they claim he was a victim of bullying and it's time for a trial. >> he was just a 15-year-old y boy. he wasn't going to harm anybody. he wasn't doing any wrong, and he didn't deserve this. he shouldn't have been murdered. >> santa clara county district attorney's office claims it is pushing for a trial date in this case. the two suspects are expected in court for a hearing later on this month. live in san jose, kimberly tere, nbc bay area news. >> thank you. >>> the search is over for a man suspected of killing his wife in their home in south san jose. officers found the body of 50-year-old troy this afternoon in his car. the car was parked on the side of 129 south of gilroy. investigators believe he committed suicide by overdosing. his wife was found dead yesterday in their home. police are not revealing the cause of death at this point or a motive. >>> if you ventured outside this evening, you probably noticed it is a little cold out there. a live look over san francisco where temperatures are in the 40s right now. the second night in a row a frost advisory is in affec
during the fight, both officers used their weapon. >> they didn't have to use deadly force. this was a situation where it didn't have to come to a wrongful death. >> reporter: the palm springs say that they had no choice. the man refused to stop the car, and used the car to drag another. police also say a stolen inmaat card was found. they're calling on the marines to step in and launch an independent investigation. >> we're not confident with just the palm springs police doing the investigation. we're not confident with the district attorney doing the investigation. >> reporter: again, that was kimberly terry reporting. >>> one year after he was killed in the line of duty, some people in vallejo are still struggling to deal with the death of officer jim capoot. he was killed after a high speed chase and foot pursuit. and today, his family and friends and colleagues gathered at vallejo city hall in his honor. members of his family and friends say they remember him as a man who constantly gave back to the community. he was forty-five years old. >>> and spartans football fans
. a press conference has been scheduled for 9:30. we expect the mayor and assistant police chief to give us up-to-date information and answer any questions from the media. >> kimberly tere reporting for us, thank you. . new information on a deadly shooting in menlo park. police are saying the victim may have been killed during a robbery. today the victim was identified as 42-year-old kerry -- in the east bay. two people approached them. at some point shots were fired and officers found the victim in the street. witnesses saw two men wearing dark colored hooded sweatshirts running from the area. police have not released the identity of the woman but ask anyone with information to call the police department. police are not saying whether the victim was targeted or if it was a random attack a three-car accident happened 2:30 this afternoon. a 34-year-old woman died at the hospital. a 37-year-old man from the same car suffered major head injuries. no word on his condition or the condition of the others hur. some witnesses told nbc bay area that people often speed through the area because there
for it with tax dollars. sources provided it to us but somehow, 18 months after it was finished, the guard's leadership still does not have a copy. >> you found some serious problems. >> yes. >> and from all indications, nothing significant changed? >> yes. >> frustrated? >> i'm sure they are. >> he's referring to the the 14 guard members he interviewed. his report reads, sexual harassment and a hostile work environment is commonplace. >> you called this a big problem. >> uh-huh. >> shouldn't it be a big priority? >> sure. should always be a big priority when you find these kinds of things. >> do you believe this information embarrasses the national guard? >> yes. >> all day long. >> it substantiates our claim. >> our investigation included interviews with nearly two does dozen members of the california guard all frustrated with the current culture. >> i have a mandate from the governor to change the culture. >> that was major general david baldwin at his formal confirmation hearing pledging to fix deep-rooted problems dating back several years. in a letter major general promised to fix th
commercial to community. a well-known bay area church is asking all of us not to forget the homeless this thanksgiving. workers have been preparing all week to prepare hundreds of turkeys and thanksgiving trimmings for people who might go hungry tomorrow. cheryl hurd with one family who is helping feed people for a decade. and she was a legend, cheryl. >> reporter: yes, she was, indeed. i met the family tonight. and this is a family that's truly stepping up to the plate. they're stepping up to the plate for the city of oakland. >> how are you guys doing? back again. >> reporter: brad morris is on a mission tonight. >> much love. >> reporter: his mission is to pick up as many turkeys as he can before thanksgiving day. >> my delivery truck. my mom, she cooks about five. i cooked about five so far. have one in the oven right, i have to check on. >> reporter: his mission involves the community. >> we all come together as a community and try to help, extend that hand to people who are in need. >> reporter: fred morris is the glue holding the mission together, to feed the hungry on thanksg
of the strongest is moving in now. >> thank you for joining us. >> this is the calm before the storm, we have the live look at 880, traffic is smooth now, but it likely is going to be a different story tomorrow morning. the commute expected to be messy, wet and windy. we have team coverage tonight. nbc's bay area is beginning with our chief meteorologist, jeff, the wind particulari ipicking u. it's spaexpansive, you see it's miles away from the california coast line. there's the buoy wind gusts topping 30 miles an hour. no doubt tomorrow morning winds will be materializing as the cold front gets closer. over the next couple out of hours not looking for too much, but at 5, 6, 7:00, that is where it's ramping up. and also the wind, watch the red zone pop up over the north, down in the south bay, turns to the purple color, look at the legend at the bottom of the screen, that is correlating with gusts that could be as high as 50 miles an hour for parts of the greater bay area, which could mean isolated power outages and trees down. we will have the timeline and how long it will last, all four sym
is in the north bay. stephanie will give us an inside look at caltrans' operation. and jeff ranieri is looking at the storm. >> we've been talking about it for days. now, it's starting to get its act together. let's put a track on this. you see the moisture tap from the pacific. and to the north. stretches almost 500 miles. also, out ahead of the strongest part of the storm, winds gusting from 15 to 40 miles per hour. the latest and most urgent watch in place is a flash-flood watch. it includes all of our bay area coastline, even san francisco, into marin, napa and is a gnome counties. until monday morning. and as for quick, rising water, that may occur on the streets as the rain starts to fall. again, up into napa, santa rosa, and down into san rafael. the biggest area of concern is in the north bay. san rafael to santa rosa, in the past six hours alone has picked up an inch of rain. and heavier rain over mill valley, right over the san anselmo creek, which is a sore spot when we get a lot of rain like that. we'll have details on what that creek looks like right now. and the russian river. an
that someone would be wrongfully put to death. >> it does in the make us safer arer california has 728 inmates on death row. that's more than any other state and only 13 inmates have been executed in the last 34 years. prop 34 opponents agree the system is broken but say the solution is to streamline the appeals process. three california governors, republican pete wilson and democrat fray davis agree on this issue saying that those on death row should not be allowed to escape their fate. >> collectively the 700 people have killed 200 children, 43 police officers, and raped and murdered more than 235 people. why? the world would the people of california want to reduce their death sentence? >> political analysts say when it comes to the death penalty economics will weigh in for voters but ultimately the decision is an emotional one in which voters will have to ask themselves is the death penalty just? kimberly tere, nbc bay area a news. >> thank you. >>> one city council races in san jose is proving to be controversial. one of the candidates is accusing the other of racism. >> i've had to publis
biologists to use firearms. >> our major focus is to disperse the birds, using pyrotechnics. >> reporter: passengers say they like the birds. but not when it comes to compromising their safety. >> the flash bangs or whatever they do, that is the real key. if you have to shoot a couple of them down. i know people don't like to hear that. that's okay. maybe they get the message. >> reporter: now, the faa has mandated airports like san jose to do something about its bird situation. and tomorrow afternoon, the san jose city council would discuss this very issue. >> thank you, george. >>> so, who should lead the troubled city, once considered one of the safest among the country? san jose is looking for a new police chief. nbc has learned two of the names to replace chris moore. one is jerry dyer. the last four police chiefs have come from within the department. tonight, residents came out to a neighborhood meeting to let the department know what they would like to see in a chief. >> i think the problems need to be solved by an outsider that's going to take a fresh look at the way business is
led them to use their weapons. >> his friend was not hurt. they found a atm card and stolen phone in the car. he recent cently returned from afghanistan. >> and now tonight they are preparing to say good-bye to the 22-year-old marine. >> thank you. he found a very successful anti-virus company but tonight john mcafee is a wanted man. officers described mcafee as a person of interest. he called to declare his innocence. mechan put a card board box over his head so he could breathe. he said police would kill him in they found him. >> it's one of the most exclusive cities yet there are two sides. a dramatic ip crease in violence has concerned and fearful neighbors speaking out. george joins us tonight. >> whether it's young adults making bad decisions. tonight police are trying to crack down on this crime wave in the community part of the city. >> waking up to gunfire and police worries long time residents of this neighborhood. >> reporter: just a few doors down, rapid fire shots came from one home. bullets flew but no one was injured. >> i was scared and nervous and praying. >> this
and that suspect is just 15 years old. kimberly terry joins us from juvenile hall with more on the arrest. >> reporter: police say it was great detective work that led them to the teenager who they arrested in concord yesterday evening. the name of the 15-year-old is being withheld because of his age, but police say he will likely be charged with homicide, armed robbery and attempted murder. >> we are very glad he's in custody and hopefully the public can rest at ease. >> reporter: detectives had been looking for the suspect since last weekend since he and jonathan willbanks robbed four businesses, shot and killed a man and got in a shootout with police. the accomplice was arrested november 16, the night of the incident. >> i still can't believe it. >> reporter: news of the arrest came as loved ones gathered for a memorial in campbell. the 22-year-old was shot during the suspect's attempted carjacking in the parking lot of a 7/eleven. >> he wasted his life, his brother's life and the life of his partner. there was no reason to, you know, commit this crime. there was no reason to pull the
in her bedroom. no one was hurt. if you have a storm photo send us an e-mail at news tips@nbc bay area.com. breaking news from oregon tonight. rescuers are fighting bad weather and darkness as they make their way up mount road to rescue a stranded hiker. 30-year-old jeff kisch got stranded in the whiteout conditions. he called 911 for help. they have been making their way up the mountain a few hours now. he is updating friends through his facebook account. they hope to reach him within the hour. >>> this time of the year it is not uncommon for thieves to steal packages from your porch. here's a way to catch the thieves, bear spray an twitter account. a san francisco woman did just that. we have the story new at 11:00. >> reporter: a group of neighbors here say they have been trying to get a package thief arrested for months. so one victim decided to try to catch the thief using bear spray and the wild plan paid off. u.p.s. drivers are working overtime delivering packages this time of the year. they say a package thief is busy too. >> i have seen them on porches, on the bike. i followed
. we had a problem there. we want to go back to george kitiama who was telling us the charges have been dropped in a murder case after police say an illegal concession was taken. here's what we had to say. >> well, i was surprised.ç >> for 2 1/2 years, carl lewis has waited for justice. her son, david lewis, was shot and killed while walking in theç hilsdale shopping center parking lot. police arrested lewis' friend and charged him with murder. >> i would like to see justice down. i would likeç to see him spend his time in prison. >> but that is all up in the air now after a çsanmateo police violated by continuing to question him and ignoring his requests for an attorney. the officersç say he eventuall confessed to the crime. >> we're quite surprised and obviously disappointed. it's a person we consider to be very dangerous. we're going to do everything that we can toç make sure that he's ultimately held sponszble. >> the district attorney's office says it does not agree with the judge's decision. prosecutors believed police officers followed the law.ç >> we believe it
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